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OREGON BUSINESS RENEWAL
All businesses in Oregon are required to submit an Annual Business Renewal to the Department of State each year. Business Renewals are updates to the corporate information listed with the state, such as the names and addresses of members/officers, business and mailing addresses, and registered agent information. Annual reports can be filed online.
If you hire Northwest Registered Agent, we will professionally prepare and submit your Business Renewal well in advance of your compliance deadline. We guarantee that your Business Renewal will be filed properly and on-time. Our service ensures that you remain compliant with this important state requirement.
OR Business Renewal Costs, Due Dates and How to File
|Business Type||Cost||Due Date||How to File|
|Domestic Corporations||$100||Anniversary Date||Online|
|Nonprofit Corporation||$50||Anniversary Date||Online|
|Foreign Corporations & LLCs||$275||Anniversary Date||Online|
|Domestic LLCs||$100||Anniversary Date||Online|
|Charities||$100 to $200 (Depends Upon Distributions)||Anniversary Date||Online|
How to File Your Oregon Secretary of State Annual Renewal:
All annual reports are filed online. The process is quick and easy — just click on the link below.
Oregon Charities:Oregon charities are required to register with the Department of Justice, file financial reports annually and pay the Charitable Distribution Fee. Most states annual renewal fees are based on how much a charity raises, but Oregon bases their renewal fee on distributions.
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OREGON BUSINESS RENEWAL FAQS
What is the cost to file the Oregon Annual Report?
OR Corporations, PCs, LLCs, PLLC, LLPs, and LPs-domestic: $100
OR Corporations, PCs, LLCs, PLLCs LLPs, and LPs-foreign: $275
OR Nonprofits-domestic and foreign: $50
OR Charities: $10 to $200 depending on the amount of charity distributed during the year.
When are Oregon Annual Reports Due?
The annual report is due by your filing anniversary date. You can file in up to 45 days in advance.
Does Oregon have initial report requirements?
What are the penalty fees for a delinquent Annual Report?
There are no late fees, but if you don’t file on time, your business entity will be listed as inactive. If you still haven’t completed the renewal 45 days after it is due, your Oregon business will be administratively dissolved or revoked.
How do I get notified?
Oregon mails the annual renewal to the mailing address you furnished to the department about 45 days before it is due.
Who can file Oregon Annual reports?
Anyone with authority can file the report.
Are original signatures needed?
Oregon Secretary of State
255 Capitol St NE, Ste 151
Salem, OR 9730-1327
Oregon Department of Justice
Charitable Activities Section
1515 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 410
Portland, Oregon 97201-5451
File annual reports online: http://egov.sos.state.or.us/br/pkg_br1_web_rnewl.login
Charitable activities: http://www.doj.state.or.us/charigroup/pages/howtorpt.aspx
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